ECONOMICS, POLITICS AND SOCIETY: TOWARDS AN AFRICAN SPRING

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by Richard Attias

2012-06-18
 

 

Africa is not a land of despair. It carries within it the keys to the world’s economic growth in the 21st century, with a far greater concentration of wealth, assets and potential than the Afro-sceptics will admit.

This confidence in Africa is neither naive nor unrealistic; it is supported by tangible factors that are already causing the buds of an African spring to blossom. But it is an African spring that must face many challenges that it would be unrealistic to deny or even minimise, if a new model of society is to be allowed to emerge.

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